Manjit S. Kang
mKang at agctr.lsu.edu
Wed Dec 2 15:04:06 EST 1998
Dear Dr. Gerrick:
I recommend to you an excellent poster titled "Indian Corn of the
Americas" that is published by The Haworth Press, Inc., 10 Alice Street,
Binghamton, NY 13904-1580. Their Fax # is (toll-free: 800-895-0582; tel:
800-HAWORTH. It has excellent pictorial representation of diversity in
corn. I don't see teosinte and tripsacum there, but everything else is
there. You may wish to consult with Dr. Coe or Dr. Neuffer, who have
numerous photographs in "Mutants of Maize."
The price of the poster was $30 (I paid about $250 for the frame!).
Hope this would help a little.
David J. Gerrick wrote:
> Forwarded to bionet.maize from the Maize Genetics COOP:
> I write to you in hopes that you can pass this message on to the
> appropriate individual. I realize from my wanderings in cyberspace that
> you pretty much have your fingers on the pulse of maize research.
> This spring I'm teaching a course in economic botany at one of our local
> colleges. In this endeavor I want to show my students the diversity of
> corn varieties. No problem with dent corn, sweet corn, pop corn, indian
> corn etc. What I'd like to do is get color photos of things like flint
> corn, husk corn, waxy corn etc. as well as teosinte and Tripsacum. I've
> tried various search engines with illustration location capability
> without any hits. Can you recall offhand any investigators working with
> these types of corn products. What I'd like to do is borrow a cob or two
> of these varieties or slides which I could duplicate. Any further help
> or direction would be appreciated.
> Hoping we see $5.00 a bushel by Christmas!
> David J. Gerrick
> Dayton Tech
> 3235 Dayton Ave
> Lorain OH 44055
Manjit S. Kang, Professor, Quantitative Genetics
Louisiana State University ( http://www.lsu.edu )
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-2110, USA http://its2.ocs.lsu.edu/guests/sigmaxi/
Tel: 225-388-2110 (FAX:1403); http://www.sigmaxi.org
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